More questions about human rights and Canada's free trade agreement with Colombia
The Canadian government's most recent assessment of the impact of its free trade agreement with Colombia on human rights in the Latin American country once again fails to give the real consequences of the agreement, according to Amnesty International Canada, the Indigenous Assembly of First Nations, and the Official Opposition NDP party.
Western Canada’s snow-capped mountains with their literally thousands of glaciers are always a spectacular sight. But that sight is changing, and rapidly.
The glaciers in Canada and Alaska are melting at a phenomenal rate and an American state-of-the-union report on climate change has singled out the rapid melt in British Columbia and Alaska as a major climate-change issue ...
Former Canadian cabinet minister to run for leadership of province of Alberta's conservative party
Former Canadian federal cabinet minister Jim Prentice promised to bring transparency and trust back to Alberta's Progressive Conservative party in front of a packed room at his official campaign launch in downtown Edmonton Wednesday morning (May 21).
“I am running because I believe Alberta has before it, right now, an opportunity to achieve great things,” he said. “It’s going ...
Prince Charles and Camilla wrap Canadian visit in Winnipeg
Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, had a busy schedule on their last day in Canada, and a controversy following them. Their visits to the provinces of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island ended yesterday and they flew to Winnipeg, Manitoba last night.
Private comment comparing Vladimir Putin to Hitler, makes global headlines